London Caps a Busy Art Week

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At London’s Frieze Art Week, Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Phillips logged solid auction results overall, but critical tests of some deceased or older contemporary artists were mixed.

Honeywell Forecasts $280 Billion Market for Business Jets

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The market for business aircraft is slowly growing again, bolstered by cautious optimism that global economic activity will continue, according to a new industry forecast.

Ebola Drug Race Ramps Up in Earnest

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The Ebola outbreak has created an urgency for pharmaceutical companies and health officials to produce drugs to treat the disease.

Brazil's President Acknowledges Petrobras Wrongdoing

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Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff said Saturday that there was embezzlement at government-controlled oil producer Petrobras.

Scoring a Home Loan Gets Easier

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Bullish mortgage lenders are lowering the minimum FICO scores borrowers need to get a jumbo loan.

The Tax Exclusion on a Home Sale

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It’s typically $500,000 of profit for couples and $250,000 for singles.

Your Odds of Being Laid Off: Minimal

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They’re now the lowest on record, government data show.

Google's Money Machine Slows

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Google’s search-advertising business, the money machine that made the company one of the world’s most valuable, may be slowing as alternatives grab more marketing dollars.

Zayo Group Shares Jump in Debut

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Shares in telecom company Zayo Group Holdings rose nearly 16% in the company’s debut Friday after getting priced below expectations.

GE Results Lifted by Rise in Orders

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General Electric is clocking higher industrial profits, and it has a recovering U.S. market to thank.

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